Jannah Theme License is not validated, Go to the theme options page to validate the license, You need a single license for each domain name.
Entertainment

20 lavender nails for a sweet touch of spring

We’re big fans of soft, springtime beauty looks. And one color that is found in many of them is lavender, especially for seasonal manicures.

Here, we spoke with Mazz Hanna, nail artist and CEO of Nailing Hollywood, about why she loves the tranquil, calming shade. Plus, she shares her favorite pale purple polishes and the 20 best lavender nail looks for spring.

Peach and Lavender Squiggle Nails

@rachelsuenails / Instagram


We love the bright, colorful look of this soft wavy manicure from Nailing Hollywood artist Rachel Joseph. Get the look with Blissfully Yours & Kiss On the Cheek by Madam Glam ($10 each). (Psst: You’ll need a nail art brush for an equally clean scribble.)

Cool Ombre Nails

@melanated.mani / Instagram


This cool cobalt to lavender ombré was created using Holo Taco’s Feeling Fiendish and Royal-Tea Blue ($12 each). Since Feeling Fiendsih is sold out, you might want to try one of Hanna’s favorites: Dazzle Dry Week in Provence ($22) or Lisa Lilas by Manucurist Paris ($14). “Week in Provence is a cool lavender shade with a slightly darker undertone. It’s ideal for those who prefer more saturation in their nail color,” says Hanna. “Lisa Lilac is a lavender shade with a touch of mauve, making it a perfect transition color from spring to summer.

Shimmering Lavender Aura Nails

@disseynails / Instagram


Aura nails continue to be a popular choice when it comes to nail art and this glazed, ethereal version might just be one of our favorites. Nail artist Dayanna I. Sapiens created it using Salon Perfect’s Peek-a-Blue and Candy Skies ($4 each).

Holographic Lavender Nails

@rachelsuenails / Instagram


These glittery lavender nails look almost holographic. Joseph created these using Dazzle Dry’s Faith and Wink Wink ($22 each). No time to apply several coats of different varnishes? Make it easier on yourself with another Hanna staple: Dazzle Dry’s Lovely Lilac ($22). “Lovely Lilac is a pale purple lavender that has a very subtle shimmer effect that pairs beautifully with the polish color,” she says. For a fresher, shimmering lavender manicure, she suggests Peacci’s Wisteria ($13). “Wisteria is a cool-toned lavender with a shimmery finish,” she says. “This is a great choice for those who like to make a statement with their nail color.”

Mismatched Lavender and Lime Nails

@rachelsuenails / Instagram


Lavender and lime make for a particularly fun high-contrast nail look. Joseph created this mismatched manicure using Bioseaweed Gel’s Victoria Cup and Tea Cup ($12 each).

Negative Space Lavender Mani

@rachelsuenails / Instagram


You can create a convincing lavender manicure with just one shade of polish. The trick is to get creative with your polish placement. For this look, Joseph opted for strong nails interspersed with French tips and cuticle accents. To DIY the look, pick up bottles of Bioseaweed Gel Petit Fours and Milkshake ($12 each).

Lavender diagonals

@rachelsuenails / Instagram


Here’s another super easy lavender nail DIY. Use tape to cut your nails diagonally. Fill one side with organic algae gel milk or cream ($12) and the other with Petit Fours shade ($12).

Iridescent Lavender Tips

@lauradidmynails / Instagram


Here we have another ethereal lavender nail look. Hollywood artist Laura Malarkey created the lavender chrome manicure. For a similar look, use your nude polish of choice with another of Hanna’s favorites: Orly Just Breath Nail Polish ($11). Use a sponge to dab the colors; let the ombré dry, then apply the chrome powder with a mousse eyeshadow and finish with a top coat.

FOR YOUR INFORMATION: “Just Breathe is a creamy lavender shade infused with argan oil, provitamin B5, and vitamin C,” says Hanna, noting that it improves nail health while imparting color.

Lavender Nude Star Nails

@lauradidmynails / Instagram


This ultra-light lavender and nude star manicure has an early 2000s feel. While we don’t know the exact products she used to achieve this look, we do know you can get a manicure just as moisturized using the Paume All-in-One Cuticle and Nail Cream ($28) and Probiotic Hand Balm ($24) — trust us, you’ll become obsessed with these next-level hand care products.

Lavender Opalescent Skittles Nails

@melanated.mani / Instagram


Not the type who likes single shade nail looks? Incorporate lavender polish into a Skittle manicure.

Lavender and pastel blue opalescent nails

@melanated.mani / Instagram


Lavender pairs beautifully with pale pink and a touch of glitter. You can DIY this look with pastel pink and purple polishes of your choice, topped off with the Cirque Colors Fantasia Topper ($15).

Lavender neon pastel nails

@melanated.mani / Instagram


Do you like the idea of ​​neon pastel but want to have a solid manicure? Copy this nail look with Cirque Colors Klepto Nail Polish ($13).

Lavender nails

@melanated.mani / Instagram


The ombré changes are important as we approach spring and summer 2024. We love this rich transition from lavender to royal purple. You know what’s cool? This nail look was created using just one polish: West Texas Peyote Thermal Polish ($16) from Death Valley Nails.

Lavender and Spritz Squiggle Nails

@disseynails / Instagram


For a high-contrast lavender look, add a red-orange spritz polish to the mix. You can DIY these negative space swirls and cutouts using the Lights Lacquer Detail Brush Kit ($17).

Lavender Spritz Mix-n-Match Nails

@disseynails / Instagram


Another way to wear lavender and spritz is to do a mix-n-match manicure. We love daisy, retro swirl and checkerboard accents, don’t you?

Lavender Daisy Nails

@lauradidmynails / Instagram


Speaking of daisies, this is what a lavender manicure dotted with flowers can look like. You can recreate the look using dotting tools, like the Lights Lacquer Dotting Tool Kit ($13).

Entertainment

Back to top button